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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

[COMMUNICATED .] MR. BSMRDIOT—Sir: On a perusal of a recent copy of your interesting paper, my attention was arrested by an advertisement headed thus; "Very Important to Farmers," and signed A, B. Long 4-Co., in which farmers are warned against purchasing machines of any kind, with the strap passing under the horses feet (unless made and sold b y them), as the patent laws will be strictly enforced die. Now I wish to inform those gentlemen, and with them the public, that if the mere set of passing the strap under the horses feet is a trespass upon their rights, (as they alledge), then I have long been an offender. Yes, gentlemen, if such be your rights, it is certainly imprudent and unwise in you, to permit an old offender like myself to escape with impunity—Nay, you ought rather to be up and doing. I would therefore recommend you in order to get what your conduct justl y merits (or in other words, what you are justly entitled too), to proceed immediately to make an example o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

[Transla/ed from the German.' ] LOUIS OIT'ON UOVLlCIiiE, OP GERMANY, Til IE GMiATMiST OT ill-Jti.ajr HI:.YI:M\H:TOKS. - Citizens of JS'orlh ami South .'imerica, To Louis OlION GOKLICKK , M. I)., ol ~{ Germany, [Europe] belongs the impel - n ishable honor ol adding a new and precious if doctrine to Ihe Sciences of Medicine—a 1, doctrine which, though vehemently op-- posed by many ol the faculty, (of'which * he is a valuable member,) he proves to be j " as well founded intrulh as any "doctrine of Holy Writ—a doctrine upon the variety of which arc suspended the lives of millions of our race, and which he boldly challenges his opposers to refute, viz: Consumption is a disease always occasioned by a disordered state of Vis Vite (or life principle) of the human body: oftcn secretly lurking in the system for years lie/ore there is the least complaint of the Lungs—and which may be as certainly though not so quickly, cured as a common cold or a simple headache. An invaluably precious doc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

1 ! N M OOULICKE'S. MATCHLESS SANATIVE, medicine of more value to man than the vast mines of Austria, or even the united treasures ol our globe.—a medicine, which is obtained equally from the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms, and thus possesses a three fold power,'—a medicine, which though designed as a remedy for consumption solely, is possessed of a mysterious influence over many diseases ol the human system,—a medicine, which begins lo be valued by Physicians, w 10 are daily witnessing its astonishing cm ' of many whom they had resigned to I grasp of the Insatiable Grave DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, 01 1 drop,- fur children a hall drop; and I infants, a quarter drop; the directions cxplaing the manner of taking a half or a quarter drop. PRIOR—Three and one third rix dollars* ($2,50) per HALPOiiNcii. # A German coin, value 75 cents. |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

VALUABLE PROPERTY For Sale. THE subscriber oilers for sale nt private sale, all that valuable tract ot land, situated about 2 miles from Couches' Mills, West township, now in the occupancy of John Coder; adjoining the lands of Rnllan Evans, Benjamin Corbin and others, containing 200 ACRES, and an al'owance; about 50 acres cleared and under fence. The residue being good timber land. Thereon erected a log house and cabin barn; and also a good apple orchard. 'There is also a stream of water running through it large enough to run a saw mill during a large portion of the year. For any farther inloi million inquire of George Jackson, Huntingdon, or of the subscriber at BolUdaysbUrg. J. C. BOWERS. Hollidaysburg.July 8, 1839.—31. NEW SPRING GOODS. H. & C. NEWINGHAM, WOULD respectfully inform their friends and the people generally; that they have just received at their ' SbfDI&I&Ii * on the south side of MAHKF.T STREET,above the Market House, a large assortment of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

A CAMP MEETING Will be held by the Methodist Protestant Church, on the old rump ground near Chilcoatstown (I rough Creek Settlement), to commence on Friday, August30, 1839. Invitations are hereby extended to the ministers ;.nd friends of all denominations, who wish well to the cause of Christianity, to unite with us. J. LIAS, Chairman Committee. July 17, 18.".9. DISSOLUTION OF Partnership. THE partnership existing bet ween J. G. Watson and G. P. Mattcrn . is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All amounts will be settled and the business in future carried on by J. G. WATSON. Rebecca Forge, July 24, '.839. Sheriff's Sales. my virtue of »u ndry writ of Vend. Expos Fieri Facias issued out of the count of Common Pleas of Huntingilor, County, and to me directed, will be exposed to public Sale at the court house- m Huntingdon, on the 12th day of August next, at ten o'clock A. M. the following propeity viz: A tract of Kind situate in Dublin township adjoining lands ot Milthcw Taylor,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

"? q q A certificate Irom three members of the MEDICAL PROFESSION in Germany, in Europe. We the undersigned, practitioners of medicine in Germany' are well aware that, by our course, we may forfeit the friendship of some of the faculty, but not of its benevolent members, who arc uninfluenced b y selfish motives. 'Though we shall refrain from an expression of our opinion, either of the soundness or unsoundness of Dr. Goelicke's new doctrine, we are happy to say that we deem his Sanativ too valuable not to be generally known—for what our eyes behold and our ears hear, wc must believe. We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis Ollbn Goelicke first came before the German public, as the pretended discoverer of a new doctrine and a new medicine, we held him in the highest contempt, believing and openly pronauncing him to be a base impostor and the prince of quacks. But, 011 hearing so much salt! about the Sanative, against it and for it, wc were induced, from motives of curiosity merely, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

Jf*ew Stove!! i. m ft w« wwjmwKSM Would inform the public generally that their | NEW DRY GOODS have arrived; and arc now open for examination at their Stoic formerly the Huntingdon Bank, and latterly occupied by L. Gotta, opposite the store of Swoope fc son. Among them a comprised and extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS Consisting of Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinctls, and Vesiings, Muslin Dtlcancs, Chintzes, Gighums, Colli' cocs, and Painted Mas ///is, Silks, Satins, Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached Musslins, Linen & Cotton Drillings, undo large assortment of Fancy articles, Groceries, Glass, and Qurcnsware, Hard IVare and Cutlery, and Nails, Shear, Cast mid Blister steel; assorted window Glase; Looking Glasses; ¦ and every article necessary for a complete country store. The " public are requested to call, as they are determined to OCT SELL C H K A P. .£0 .1 April 3d, 1839. VERY IMPORTANT T© FARMERS. . The Subscribers oiler oiler for sale their improved celebrate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

Proclamation. "\\TTOIIEREAS by a precept to me dircc ^J/ ted dated at Huntingdon, the 13th day of April, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine under the bands and seals of the Hon- 'Thomas Run wide, President of the Court of Common Pleas, Oyer and 'Terminer, and general jail deliv cry of the 4th judicial district of Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Mifflin, Huntingdon, Centre, Clearfield, and Jefferson, and the linn. (Joseph Adams, and John Kerr his associate Judges of the comity of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appointed to hear, try, and determine all and every indictments, and presentments made or taken for or concerning all crimes, which bv the laws of the State arc made capital 01 felonies of death and all other offences, crimes and misdemeanors, wliich have been or shall be committed or perpetrated within the said county, or all persons which are 01 shall hereafter be committed or be perpetrated for crimes aforesaid—I am commanded to make. Public Mr re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

CIRCUS AND GXHAFFE aSHXEXTIOlT flilfllu jl * ¦ ••.-r^ys^p c?^^-1 - * " - ^ROTfet ULftfefc-' X' r^'*T$mtt WM W fl wt liiflira ^^^ IpP^ii ¦ l^^^^^^m*^ TO BE EXHIBITED AT HUNTINGDON, PA. ON SATURDAY THE 27th OF JULY, IMST \ i ill IE proprietors of the Giraffe, and the" ^1> New York Circus and Arena company respectfully informs the public, that they have entered into arrangements to travel and exhibit together, at the same time and place under a pavilion large enough to hold both exhibitions, and accommodate 3 000 specta-THE CIRCUSThis exhibition is fitted up in a style which renders it superior to any thing of the kind in this country. Every exertion will he made on the part of the Eqnestl ians, as well as the Managers, to make it interesting and worthy of patronage. The scenes in the circle will present a variety of new and interesting feats of Horsemanship, and other varied scenes of amusement and Equestrian exercises; which will constitute the most delightful and genteel ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

Huntingdon A' Hollidaysburg mxm^M®?ift+ Notice is hereby given By the Commissioners named in the act of Assembl y authorising the incorporation ol the Huntingdon and Holl'daysburg Rail Road Company, in pursuance of said act, that books to receive subscriptions to the stock of said company will be opened and kept open, at the Court Bouse in the. Borough of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the 24th instant; at the house of John S. Isctt on Friday the 2Gth instant; at the house ol William Galbrailh, in the Borough of Birmingham, on Saturday the 27th inst; at the house of John Bell, iu Antis township, on Motnlay the 29th instant; at the house of John Walker, in the Borough of llollidaysburg, on Wednesday the 31st instant, and at the house of James Crossan, in the city of Pittsburg, on Monday the 5th day of August next, at which sev- ,, I eral tunes and places one or more of the Commissioners named in the said act will attend for the purpose of receiving the subscriptions of those who are di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

HEW YOKR WEEKLY WHIG. The first number of the SEMI-WEEK LT edition of TUB Nt* YORK WHIG h herewith submitted to the public. It will bi regularly published liedceforth every Wt DNKSDAT and SATURDAY afternoons on * sheet of the siac of the DAU.T Whig and half the sixe of the Weekly, and foi warded by the earliest mails to its Patrons. It will contain all the matter of the Daily Whig except the Advertisements, and be afforded at the low price of THUKK DOLLARS pel annum in advnnce. It is believed that this is 'he cheapest Semi-Weekly paper in the counirv. The'cbaracter of THK NEW YORK WHIG —Daily and Weekly—is now widely known It has been published about sixteen months, and in that brief period has acquired a wid, circulation, and, we trust, a fair standing I'mong its contemporaries. It aims to present in a medium sheet an amount of reading matter fully equal to the average of the Great Dailies of New York and our other Commercial cities. Its contents will comprise Literature, Polit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

A NEIl SERIES. I [EPA desirable opportunity for new subscribers. ^ Qij The fourth volume of the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, und/AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW, commenced on the first of January, 1839. TERMS—Three Dollars per annum, pay able in advance. 7'wo large volumes of near ly one thousand pages are published every year. This popular work is now printed with NEW TYPE CAST KXPUEsSLY for till PUIIPOSE ON FINE THICK PAPER well "stitched in n neat cover, valuable en gravities are given in every other number. The Gentleman's Magazine and Montuly Review has attained a standing that ensures its continuance; and the commendatory no ticcs of the most respectable portion of the press attest ils merits and popularity. Each monthly number contains Seventy-two, extra-sized Octavo pages, and presents MOKE READING 'MATTER THAN A VOLUME OF A NOVEL. It is published at little more than half the price of any other Magazine in the United States, yet contains as many. ORIGINAL PAPERS. AS ANV O'lllEU MON...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

The FVJLL, JURKMJ Horse ^mwum GREY BEARD, WITi L stand for marcs the ensuing season commencing on the 22d of April, the first week at Alexander Lowries, Yellow Springs, the second week at Samuel Wallace's stable, near Union Furnace, and so ob, changing weekly throughout tlii season, at $10 For the season, IS To insure with foal. He is the right kind of a horse for this country. With the pure blood of the race horse he combines the strength ot the cart i.orse. He is 16 hands high, barefoot, and without a fault. I have his pedierce properly certified. His sire has stood, in the care of Mr. John Watchcll, Clearfield Co, Va., at 50 dollars a mare, li was my intention, when I got lorn, to run him at Pittsburg, but Ingot lame while training, and I was obliged to stop, though convinced of his speed and bottom * P e il i g r c c. YOUNG GREYBEARD, was got by the famed Crey Beard of Richi-rd Singleton, Esq., S. C, and he by Kosciusko, the sire of ClamlFisher, Multatlora, Lad y of the Lake...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

ttSHB MWraWSE* OF FOREIGN LITERATURE SQIEAC1 AND ART Is published every month by E. Little 8c Co.,2l2 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, for six dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant subscribers are recjuestcd to remit a $5 .note on account. With the year 18.13 begins the Fourth Vo ume of a New Series, complete sets of wh.ch cab be furnished at Two Dollars and a half bound. The New Series is begun because we are no longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old. CONTENTS OF THE APRIL NO. Poetical Works of Robert Southry, Rail-Roads Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Earlier English Moral Songs and Poems, Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, POETRY—The Myrtle, 50-1—Oaks of England, S04—Lament of the Cherokee, 574—Kate. 575—Sonnets by Washington Browne, 576—7b the Flannel Venus, S7( Oerman Manufactures and English Com Laws English Poets, Vol I. Horne's History of Napoleon, Jack Sheppard. Fcnimore Cooper vs. Walter Scott, Civil Engineering in America, prascr's Travels i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFAC TORY. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs his friends, and the public generally, that he has commenced the above business and is now prepared to manufacture all kinds of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S BOO'IS AND SHOES, and all work.to order, at the shortest notice, in tlie most durable manner. He hopes by strict attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage vv , . . »„ J VMiis MOWN. Watcrstreet, May, 7th 1839. ITy-Two or three good Journeymen artwanted immediately, at the above establishment, to whom liberal wages and constanl employment will be given. J. B. Xy lsOinEfl recent test of the unrivalf» led virtue of Dn. WM. EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS: Dyspepsia, of ten years standing cured. I was afflicted with the above complaint for ten years, which incapacitated rue at intervals for the period of six years, from attending to mv business. I am now restored to perfect health by the frequent use of the above medicine. My symptoms were, asen.se of oppression j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 24 July 1839

MM UJYTIJ\ li MI 4I> .V Cabinet <& Chair WKkvt MBBWI * THE Subscribers respectfully inform the citizens of Huntingdon, and the community at large, thai the* have taken the Store formerl y occupied by Ll Gotta, at the west end of Market strecct, where they are prepared to sell wholesale or retale, any article in thcir line of business; such as SIDEBOARDS, SECRETARIES, SOFAS, BUREAUS, WORK-STANDS, CARD, PIER, CENTRE, DINING & BRE^KF^ST '1ABLES. High, Field, French, and low post bedsteads; Rush bottom. Balb. Rent. Rnlfi «n more , straight back , Boston JtelJ pattern, anil common rocking Mb CHAIRS. * Ml B Venitian blinds of all colors qualities and sizes; Paper Hanging of various patterns and qualities. CUNNINGHAM & BURCHINELL. Huntingdon, June S, 1839. 0i7~Coffms made, and funerals attended cither in the country or town, at the shortest notice. C.& B. STOVE , VJ\B 'FiS " HE Subscriber respectfull y informs tho public, that he lias rem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 7 August 1839

To the Public THE public are hereby informed, that ACOB MILLIilljhas been appointed agent ir Huntingdon county, for the sale ot Dr, ' .vans' Camomile and family aperient pills, 'here all those that need medicine, can be ipplied as he intends always to have a suplv unhand. If IFF. AND HEALTH,—Persons whose -v| nerves liave been injured bv Calomile, r excessive grief, great loss of blood, the sup rcssioii of accustomed discharges or cuta eons, intemperate habits, or other causes /hich tend to relax and enervate the nerons system, will find a friend to soothe and omtort them, in EVANS' CAMOMILE 'ILLS, Those afflicted with Epilepsy or 'ailing Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, nd organic affections of the heart, Nausea, /limiting, pains in the side, breast, limbs, icad, stomach or back, will find themselves uimediately relieved, by using •WANS'CAMOMILE AND APERIENT PILLS. Dn. EVANS does not pretend to say that lis medicine will cure all diseases that flesh md blood arc heir to, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 7 August 1839

¦ i ROMANCE OF BROADWAY JHifiscclUicnc ouff. unve carncu mice s» iiungi, \ ork, this blessed afternoon/' I exclaimed with ill-suppressed exultation, as I threw down my pen, which I had been diligently usihg for four hours—(I was penning an article (or a certain 'monthly,' dear reader)—pushed my closely written iranuscripts from me, and complacently took a yellow cigar from my hat, which I have made mj chief pocket since my fifth year, the time I believe, whet my discriminating parents exchanged my infant ;cap for tho manly castor. Three Vork shillings 1 have made this blessed day, heaven be thanked and now I can coniient'ously take a little 'ease in mine inn.' Whereupon, I ignited my cigar with a self-enkindling apparatus, a gift from my considerate landlady—pray heaven she charge it not in her bill—to save her candles, and ascending the three steps to my window, I seated myself in my accustomed chair, and forth with began to speculate on tilings external. It was that calm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 7 August 1839

BRADDOCK.'; - DEFEAT. no many, and so conflicting, have been the accounts and conjectures respecting the defeat of Braddotk, and the army he commanded, in 1755, that real causes have been lost in mist. As I am not confined to any regular plan of historical narration, the following is given as it was given to me:— In January, 1824, I met James Ross, Esq., of Western Pennsylvania, whom I had known from my infancy. While recalling scenes long past, which, from his much more advanced age and experience, Mr. Ross knew so much better, the defeat of Braddock was mentioned, and on that subject he observed—"! can relate vfiiat was related in my hearing by the father of his country," and then proceeded. "In that part of war which consists in watching an enemy," observed Gen. Washington, "the Indians are perfect," and the army commanded by Braddock was watched carefully by some Indian spies and some French soldiers trained to Indian manners. Independent of Indians, there was in Fort du...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Journal — 7 August 1839

From the Boston Atlas. J he Character of Washington.—The beautiful effusion which the reader will find below, is the production of the chaste and classic mind of the late venerable and distinguished Senator from Rhode Island, Mr. Bobbins, and was occasioned by the following circumstances :—During the session of 1837-8, Mr. /Tcbster entertained a large party of friends at dinner; among them, the ' venerable Senator we have named. The evening passed off with much hilarity, enlivened with wit and sentiment; but, during the greater part of the time, Mr. Robbins maintained that grave but placid silence which was his habit. While thus apparently abstracted, someone suddenly called on him for a toast, which call was seconded by the company. He rose, and in his surprise, asked if they were serious in making such a demand ol BO old a man ; and being assured that they were, he said if they would suspend their hilarity for a few moments, he would give them a toast, and preface it with ...

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